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What Has He Done Now?: Tales from a North West Childhood in the 60s and Early 70s
by David Hayes

This book is a selection of stories from my childhood in the 60s and early 70s in a small, Northwest, mining and weaving town. This is incidental as it is about neither of those industries in particular. It is about the magic and wonderment of those days as seen through the eyes of a child – my eyes! It is about the days when imagination was the biggest plaything that we possessed. The days when a plastic football provided a whole summer’s play. It is about the scrapes that I found myself in and the things that I observed around me, and how they made me feel.

All the stories are true and I personally experienced every one of them. The names of the characters have been changed. The reason…

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The Sacred Band series takes a bow


From Oxford University Press:

“Janet Morris, Tempus (1987), and, with Chris Morris, Tempus Unbound (1989), The Sacred Band (2010).
“A fantasy series about the Sacred Band of Stepsons, an elite army modeled on the fourth-century B.C.E. Sacred Band of Thebes. The stories explore the fraught personal relationships of mixed hetero- and homosexual troops, only sometimes paired, as they fight for their commander, the immortal Tempus. Morris includes archaeological and historical details, from physical items to social practices, religion, and philosophy, to create a fantasy world that is, in many ways, more historically accurate than many popular accounts of antiquity.” — Robert W. Cape, Jr, in Classical Traditions in Science Fiction, Brett M. Rogers & Benjamin Eldon Stevens, eds.,  Oxford University Press


The Sacred Band series of books by Janet Morris and Chris Morris have been cult sensations for decades. Now three of those books have received a notice close…

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The Chest of Choice

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Generally I like men. I like them a lot.

I like their warped sense of humour – who but a human with a brilliant, and slightly wicked, sense of humour, could invent something so incredibly frustrating as a pair of tights, or as eye-wateringly uncomfortable as a bra!!!

I like their strength – don’t have to be built like an armoured car, but a strong set of arms when you need to carry a ton of household shopping, never go amiss.

I like their height – always a plus when you are vertically challenged and need that jar of pickled onions right at the back of the the top shelf in the kitchen wall cupboard.

I like the way that most of them become a little silly over flashy/fast cars – big secret revealed here boys. So do we girls! And we never mind being taken for a ride! 😉

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Spotlight Thriller

Self-published Indie Network


Tony Logan is a destitute ex-professional photographer who has watched his flourishing business disappear under the wave of the digital world. He’s lost his shop, his wife, his flat and his dignity to the new technology. Reduced to living in a dirty bed-sit with drug-dealers and hookers and addicted to online porn, life really can’t get any worse for Tony.

A chance discovery of an old undeveloped film from the 1970’s and the intervention of his sister sees his life begin to improve. When Tony develops the old film, he realises he has opened a veritable Pandora’s Box.

One photo, in particular, will thrust Tony and his siblings into a frightening adventure to try and uncover what really happened to their parents.

A centuries old curse and a genealogy book will pit Tony and his sisters against Witches, Demons, an Unfrocked Priest and all types of dark magic. Were their…

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Will Shakespeare and Kit Marlowe: Library of Erana interview


Originally posted at https://libraryoferana.wordpress.com/2017/11/11/zweihander-interview-will-and-kit/

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Character Names: William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe

Relationship: Roommates; Playwrights; Co-authors

World: New Hell

Books:  Rogues in Hell; Dreamers in Hell; Poets in Hell; Pirates in Hell (Heroes in Hell series)

How and where did you meet?

Will Shakespeare: When alive, we met as rival playwrights, Kit holding forth in the ‘Admiral’s Men company’ wheresoever the troupe played, or at the Rose; and I at the Globe, where I owned an interest in the house.

Kit Marlowe: Eyewash, all that. Shakespeare’s a famous liar. My Tamburlaine the Great, Parts I and II, were performed in my lifetime; the rest, posthumously, but for Dido, Queen of Carthage, writ by me and Thomas Nashe, and ‘performed’ by the ‘Children of the Chapel,’ as fair a clutch of boy charmers as ever gamboled on any stage. I met my death not too long after I met Will, a…

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Chelmsford: The Good, Bad, and Ugly? Or just a Fishy Tale.

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Wisteria at Hylands House Chelmsford


Chelmsford in Essex. An ancient market town, recently made into a city, and apparently one of the happiest places to live in the U.K. (I can personally affirm the last fact having lived there for more than thirty years.)

So, to Chelmsford’s good points. The shopping is great, if you like that sort of thing. There are restaurants, theatres, cinemas, plenty of parks, river walks, and cycle routes. The people are friendly, always up for a laugh, and the town is reasonably safe. I have certainly never felt worried walking home past midnight, and there’s nightlife galore to warrant keeping you up late.

There is a fabulous museum, a beautiful stately home with public gardens that houses varied events, and there are any amount of ‘outstanding’ schools for your children to attend. There are frequent and reliable rail links to London, two airports, and…

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Friendly ghosts exist! SEVENTH DAUGHTER by Jessie B Tyson @JessieBTyson #ASMSG #RRBC #youngadult

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Title: Seventh Daughter 
Author: Jessie B Tyson 
Link: getBook.at/7thDaughter
Genre: Spiritual
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A short 25 page true story to read waiting for a bus or if you need to, while sitting on the toilet, ha. My bad.

The fire sparked loudly, and spit a burning ember onto the rug . It scared my Heinz57 (British for not a purebred) dog and she ran into the next room. Was it a premonition? Then someone appeared behind the couch. There was just my Aunt and me there. Who was it and why did it visit us? You might not believe in spirits but this is a true account….believe it, or not. I saw what I saw and so did the dog. The Seventh Daughter saw nothing. I tell you, friendly ghosts are real.

Download your 25 page conversation with the British “Seventh Daughter of the Seventh Daughter.”

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